Managers On A Mission (MOAM) provides:
The number of student equipment managers selected for each trip is based on financial resources available, demand from the partnering orphanage for missionaries, and the quantity of qualified applicants. Once selected, MOAM provide select student managers the opportunity to join a mission trip with all expenses paid minus a $500 deposit required for each individual to confirm their commitment to the program.
The Mission Experience
The short-term mission trip experience is supplemented by Coach Tony Dungy’s Dare To Be Uncommon Men’s Bible Study that instruct and guides MOAM participants on making the eternal choice of living an uncommon life through exploring scripture and engaging in spiritual discussion while serving in Africa. This study is ongoing throughout the mission trip and consist of seven sessions featuring important life lessons Coach Dungy has identified in his book, Uncommon.
Revenue and resources for Managers on a Mission are primarily raised through utilizing and maximizing the platform and resources afforded to Professional and Collegiate Athletic Organizations and their associates.
MOAM develops future mentor leaders by creating the opportunity for participants to serve domestically and internationally. The key to becoming a mentor leader is learning how to put other people first (Dungy, 2010).